This week’s author interview from S.L. Baron.
- Please tell us a little about yourself.
I’m a native West Virginian with a B.A. and M.A. in communication studies, honored as a West Virginia University Phi Beta Kappa. I taught at Fairmont State University for more than two decades where I was selected as an Outstanding Faculty Member. Upon retirement, I published Storm Path, a work of historical fiction based on the deadliest tornado in the history of the United States. Two subsequent novels are Capital Murder Imbroglio and Murder on Black Bear Mountain, both high in suspense.
2. What do you write (genre, length)?
I’m a big fan of mystery and suspense, but I also write poetry.
3. What is/are your current project/s? Please give us some details.
Currently I’m working on a suspenseful novel set in the Outer Banks of North Carolina. Grace Williams is thrust into an emotional abyss when her husband abandons her…
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